For the past few years, Haimer USA has been growing in stature at IMTS. The company has been in the West Hall since 2012 in a 1,200-square-foot booth. Then, they moved to a 2,400 square foot booth in 2018.
This year, Sept 14-19, Haimer USA was presented a new opportunity and is now the proud IMTS 2020 exhibitor in Booth #431510, which is 6,000 square feet.
Located by the entrance of the West Hall, Haimer USA is excited to be in the premier spot.
“This new booth will allow us to provide trade show attendees with new and exciting opportunities exclusively available at the Haimer USA booth,” explained Haimer USA Marketing Manager Ron Lawson. “From new product premiers, to educational opportunities through live demonstrations and sessions, we guarantee you will not regret visiting our booth.”
Haimer USA aims to exceed show attendee’s expectations and live out their philosophy, “Quality Wins” in everything they do at IMTS and beyond.
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